West New York Police Department and PBA Local 361 and 361A Observe Autism Awareness Month

In honor of Autism Awareness Month, the West New York Police Department and PBA Local 361 and 361A are working together to increase understanding and acceptance of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and to promote inclusion and support for individuals with ASD and their families. As part of their efforts, the PBA Local 361 and 361A are selling t-shirts to raise awareness and support for the cause.

The t-shirts, which feature the West New York Police Department and PBA logos along with the words “Autism Awareness,” are available for $30 each. They come in adult sizes small through XXL. Those who are interested in purchasing a shirt can direct message @WestNewYorkPBA361 on Instagram.

In addition to selling t-shirts, the West New York Police Department is working with local organizations to provide training for its officers on how to recognize and respond to individuals with ASD. The department is also participating in community events to promote Autism Awareness Month, including sensory-friendly events that accommodate individuals with ASD.

Autism Awareness Month is an opportunity to promote understanding and acceptance of individuals with ASD and to support their families. By working together, the West New York Police Department and the PBA Local 361 and 361A are making a difference in their community and promoting a more inclusive and supportive environment for individuals with ASD and their families.

For more information about Autism Awareness Month, the West New York Police Department’s efforts to promote inclusion and support for individuals with ASD, or to purchase a t-shirt, please contact the department or the PBA Local 361 and 361A or visit their respective social media accounts.